"Thank You Kabartonjo, You Have Indeed Ashamed The Devil," Hon. Weston Wanjohi
By MinAda | self meida writer
Published 1 months ago - 8843 views
Building Bridges Initiative has made the political temperatures in the country to rise even before the 2022 general elections. Several leaders are walking up and down in the country just to drum the support for BBI. Some are using the opportunity to popularize themselves in preparation for 2022.
Among the leaders who are supporting the BBI is Baringo senator Gideon Moi. Gideon has received backlash after his own county Baringo refused to dance to the BBI tune. It was the first county to vote "no" to BBI.
On Sunday, Gideon Moi was in Kabartonjo and attracted a mammoth of crowd. To some people it was assumed that he does not have support from his backyard, however, today's crowd proved people wrong. The battle for Rift Valley is between Gideon and deputy president William Ruto.
Honourable Weston Wanjohi could not hide his happiness. He went to Facebook and posted photos of Gideon Moi in Kabartonjo and thanked the people for not ashaming them.
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